.Photography gets a boost as the first 21 New gTLDs from Donuts surpass 135000 domain registrations

The number of domain name registrations from the 21 first Donuts New gTLDs surpassed 135000 yesterday. The number does not include domain names without nameservers so the number is certain to be higher.

.Guru is still at the top with 35996 domain name registrations. That is about 26% of the total number of registrations. .Photography is closing in (20243) as it had more than triple domain registrations in the past 24 hours than .guru. That is probably because of some articles posted in the past 2-3 days on photography related websites. .Camera performance on the other hand is very disappointing.

7 of these New gTLDs entered the real (no EAP) general availability(GA) 2 days ago, so the data below includes more than 24 hours of GA:

New gTLD New domains in the past 24 hours Total Domains
GURU 649 35996
PHOTOGRAPHY 2035 20243
BIKE 91 7437
CLOTHING 136 7210
TODAY 1239 6913
TECHNOLOGY 1198 5926
GALLERY 299 5824
SINGLES 51 5005
ESTATE 189 4743
LAND 620 4550
DIRECTORY 757 4439
EQUIPMENT 221 4345
VENTURES 74 3952
GRAPHICS 145 2907
PLUMBING 107 2889
LIGHTING 130 2838
HOLDINGS 74 2828
CAMERA 101 2285
KITCHEN 223 1470
TOTAL 9193 135528

About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and I am now living in Athens, Greece. I went online in 1995, started coding in 1996 and began buying domain names and creating websites in 2000. I started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

One comment

  1. I think like many new fads, you are going to see insane drops next year, with very little drop market pickup, just based on what is going to be out there, and buyers will be able to be very picky.

    Some extensions are doing extremely dismal, does not bode well for some of the others coming up, given that there will not be as much domaining money waiting later on in the releases.

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